25 Years of Experience Counts!

JohnI set up excellence in people management after having gained almost 25 years’ experience as an employment specialist and Human Resources professional both in New Zealand and overseas. I have worked in advisory, consulting and management roles across a wide range of industries both large and small, multi-national and local.

Over the years I have worked with many line managers, senior managers and business owners, helping them to deal with their employment concerns and people-related issues more effectively. More recently I worked very closely with the Auckland Chamber of Commerce and advised numerous Chamber members who sought support and advice over a wide variety of employment issues. In fact, I still remain one of the Chamber’s preferred suppliers for assisting their members with any employment-related issue.

A Professional Member of the Human Resources Institute of New Zealand (MHRINZ), my hands-on experience is complimented by a solid foundation of UK-based academic study including a Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management. I am not a lawyer but am very well trained in NZ employment Law enabling me to give advice that is at the same time legally compliant yet pragmatic in its approach.


Excellence In People Management – eipm – was set up because of my firm belief in the potential within your people and the positive difference that they can make to your business if managed properly.

I also recognise that most small business owners need to have the confidence that they are not only doing the right things when it comes to managing their staff, but that they are doing it the right way too. I can help take away the stress of your employment-related concerns, so you can focus more on your core business.


Give John a call on 021 074 4610 or email: [email protected]

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Guidelines to The Holidays Act (2003)

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) has just published a booklet entitled: Holidays…

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